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So would I.......patiently waiting.

When someone has some info here, we all want to know.
 

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I got mine from my dealer. It is a Form Fit. I will post pictures when I install it tommorrow night.
 

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I got mine from my dealer. It is a Form Fit. I will post pictures when I install it tommorrow night.

Got some pics yet?

What did you pay for it? I imagine it's the toyota one, right?
 

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Got some pics yet?

What did you pay for it? I imagine it's the Toyota one, right?
I guess you're talking to me, I actually got the address from toyota.com/accesories. I was debating on the all weather mats or the weather tech mats. So I went into weathertech.com to look, and I found the bug shield-It says weather tech on bug shield. It doesn't say Toyota like the one I had on my '06.
 

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Got some pics yet?

What did you pay for it? I imagine it's the toyota one, right?
The OEM one is crap, only covers about half of what my dealer sold me. "Form Fit", it was like 65 bucks.

Still at work, I am installing it when I get home, and will take pics and post back here, tonight.
 

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I don't understand why the shield is available on Toyota Canada's site but not on toyota.com. Any one have any info on why this would be?
 

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Another call for an installed picture :cool:
 

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ACME BUG WHACKER 2000







Cost...About 65 bucks
Time to install...about 1 hr (lots of measuring and converting mm to inches)
Difficulty on a scale of 1 (easy) to 10 (hard)...4

Are we happy now?:D :tu:
 

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I have a Toyota Accessories Bug Deflector. I don't like it for one reason: At high highway speeds and a little bit of wind it goes into a resonace which sound like driving on the "tracked" shoulder accept you have to multiply the sound by 2
 

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I have a Toyota Accessories Bug Deflector. I don't like it for one reason: At high highway speeds and a little bit of wind it goes into a resonace which sound like driving on the "tracked" shoulder accept you have to multiply the sound by 2
Oh, jeez that must suck. I have not drove yet, but I will be listening tommorrow morning.
 

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I have a Toyota Accessories Bug Deflector. I don't like it for one reason: At high highway speeds and a little bit of wind it goes into a resonace which sound like driving on the "tracked" shoulder accept you have to multiply the sound by 2
No noise what so ever, I hit speeds this morning upto 70 MPH. No vibrations either. The Form-Fit seems to be a good one.
 

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I have a Toyota Accessories Bug Deflector. I don't like it for one reason: At high highway speeds and a little bit of wind it goes into a resonace which sound like driving on the "tracked" shoulder accept you have to multiply the sound by 2
Bummer, I'm trying to order one, maybe I'll cancel
 
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